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The Sieg near Windeck
603 m (1,978 ft)
|Basin size||2,832 km2 (1,093 sq mi)|
|Length||153 km (95 mi)|
The source is located in the Rothaargebirge mountains. From here the river runs southwestwards to the city of Siegen and the hills of Siegerland, both named after the river. Further west the Sieg valley forms the boundary of the Bergisches Land (northern) and Westerwald (southern). The river finally runs through a protected area east of the city of Bonn.
The Sieg Spring (German: Siegquelle) is the source of the 155,2 kilometers long river Sieg in a high of 603 meters, near the village Großenbach, in North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. In 2013 the Sieg Spring has been land restored.
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